Norman H. Wright, who wrote, “Listening is not thinking about what you are going to say when the other person has stopped talking.”
Today, I went with my mother to Meridian, where she is doing research on those without a home. Immediately past the Soup Kitchen, there is a line of empty railroad cars. The homeless use the empty cars as shelter, especially for a place to sleep. The Soup Kitchen was crawling with those craving something to eat. Around the lunch hour, you see bodies appearing from the many places that provide shelter, especially the old railroad cars.
As a journalism teacher, you have to find ways to keep up with the ever-changing technology. To do this, you must first be a good writer. Next, you must find your niche. Find what you like to do and stick with it. I like photography. Photographs can tell more than words can describe. I hope you enjoy my favorite captured moments.